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“Sign him a proper partner” Tottenham man is proving his worth to these delighted Spurs fans
By Bruce Grove -

Cristian Romero has begun to show why Tottenham signed him from Atalanta in the summer.

The Argentinian was one of Spurs’ best players as they beat Aston Villa in the Premier League at the weekend.

The defender is solid at the back, but one other quality that he doesn’t get enough credit for is pinging long-balls up-field to help Tottenham launch attacks.

The club celebrated this skill on their Twitter account when they posted a video of his highlights in their match against Aston Villa.

In the video, fans could see Romero putting in tackles, making blocks and pinging long balls upfield towards the likes of Son Heung-min and Harry Kane.

From the comments, it is clear to see that the fans recognise the quality of the former Atalanta man and some believe the club needs to find a proper partner for him and Spurs would then have the perfect defence. 

Here are some reactions to the video:

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Tony Borg
Tony Borg
1 month ago

How many times have Spurs fans screamed out for another quality centre back, and a left footed one as we don’t have one at the moment. We need to pressure Levy into signing the players we need as he will do everything in his power to spend as little as possible, worrying about the cost over the quality, hence us winning nothing while Levy is in charge. If anyone else in the club was as unsuccessful as Levy has been, he would have been sacked a long time ago, Levy isn’t bigger than the club, no one is, so why do we keep putting up with it. Time we forced Levy out. We might just start having some success if we do.

Sonificent
Sonificent
1 month ago
Reply to  Tony Borg

These aren’t the average owners. Enic are detached from the fans and have already established their business model that involves staying in the PL. they won’t go anywhere unless it’s a huge profit which no one will pay.

Archibald&Crooks
Archibald&Crooks
1 month ago

Good article

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